8 edition of Stephen King, master of horror found in the catalog.
Traces the life of a popular novelist, from his childhood as an avid reader to his current success as a creator of horror fiction.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 54).
|LC Classifications||PS3561.I483 Z87 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
|LC Control Number||91026082|
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Stephen Edwin King was born on Septem , at the Maine General Hospital in Portland. His parents were Nellie Ruth (Pillsbury), who worked as a caregiver at a mental institute, and Donald Edwin King, a merchant seaman. His father was born under the surname "Pollock," but used the last name "King," under which Stephen was :// King's second book cemented his place as the master of horror. In it, Ben Mears returns to Jerusalem's Lot to find inspiration for his book, and maybe exorcise some personal ://
Stephen King is an American author best known for his horror and supernatural fiction works. Stephen King was born in to Donald Edwin King (a merchant Seaman) and Nellie Ruth in Portland Maine. Made famous by Carrie, his first novel, written in and published by Doubleday, Stephen King is the world’s most widely renowned supernatural Stephen King The Long Walk Paperback Writing Richard Bachman Horror book “I give my congratulations to the winner among your number, and my acknowledgements of valor to the losers.” Against the wishes of his mother, sixteen-year-old Ray Garraty is about to compete in the annual grueling match of stamina and wits known as The Long ://
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Knate Lee, Jill Killington and Owen King Stephen King book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Traces the life of a popular novelist, from his childhood as an avid re Stephen King has evolved into one of literature’s most complex cases: once more or less the only horror writer everyone in the country had read, he’s evolved into a subtle master of letters who moves nimbly between literary works, fantasy, mystery, horror, and books that combine all of the :// 1 day ago The book also possess a one of King's biggest literary misfires, by way of a now-infamous underage orgy near the end of the story.
But even so, It is the best of the :// The first book King published following his near-fatal accident, On Writing is a fascinating mix of writing and life advice from the horror master himself. Dealing with extreme pain as he recovered from the aforementioned accident, King later explained that returning to his desk was like “starting over from square one,” giving him the idea Stephen King’s writing spans more than 40 years and more than 60 books, and while the content of his fiction varies widely, lying underneath it is a picture of the contemporary world that his The book that made Stephen King a household name and began a lifetime career as one of the world's most skilled authors was none other than Carrie.
The story told was about a young girl named Carrie White, a shy girl who finds herself going through puberty to her horror He called Stephen up to the attic, where Stephen discovered a box filled with horror novels.
The very first book King picked up from the box was The Thing from the Tomb by H.P. Lovecraft, and it sparked his interest in becoming a horror :// offers deep discounts on bargain books, audio books, overstocks and clearance ://?oxdate= “for keeping,” the spine never cracked, the dust jacket kept in mint condition, and a softcover reading copy, carried everywhere and read to tatters.
Today, a signed first edition of any of King’s early works easily commands thousands of dollars on the used book market. A matched, signed, and uncut set of The Dark Tower novels can be yours on eBay for a little more than $30,—about Masters of Horror Collection by Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and John Saul Masters of Horror Collection 30 Book Set includes- King- Dead Zone, It, Pet Sematary, Green Mile, Roadwork, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon, Dolores Caliborne, Thinner, Carrie, Everything's › Books › Literature & Fiction › Genre Fiction.
Stephen King, master of horror. [Anne Saidman] -- Traces the life of a popular novelist, from his childhood as an avid reader to his current success as a creator of horror fiction.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: Anne Saidman. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Stephen King has always been great at writing horror, and fans love him for it. But, there was a time when one book ventured outside the genre and made his fanbase absolutely livid with anger. RELATED: How The Movie Compares To Stephen King’s Short Story.
Enter The Eyes of the Dragon, King's first venture into high :// Stephen King: The Master of Horror by Lily King. Misery King has released at least one book every year since - frequently more than one, sometimes as many as three or four in a single year, under both his own name and his pen name, Richard Bachman.
He has kept up this pace in spite of threatening to stop or slow down after being struck by a Prolific author Stephen King is widely regarded as the Master of Horror.
SinceKing has published over sixty novels, a handful of nonfiction books, and countless short stories, as well as penned graphic novels, a screenplay, a musical libretto, and a children’s book straight out of his own Dark Tower universe.
From his first novel, Carrie, to 's The Institute, King conjures tales STEPHEN KING: THE MASTER'S OF HORROR BOOK'S Colección de Carlos G. Figueroa. Stephen King has been described as a pulp horror writer by some and a literary master by others.
We look at how he has created some of the most iconic stories and film adaptations in //it-carrie-shining-what-makes-stephen-king-master-horror. The book is a detailed look not only at Stephen King himself and his personal life, but his professional life as a writer.
From Carrie () to Revival (), this book covers four decades of King in print, as well as his juvenalia output, starting at age nine when he attempted to get a short story published, titled "Jhonathan and the Witches." › Books › Literature & Fiction › History & Criticism.
Stephen King is the author of more than fifty books, all of them worldwide bestsellers. Among his most recent are 11/22/63; Full Dark, No Stars; Under the Dome; Just After Sunset; Duma Key; Lisey's Story; Cell; and the latest novel in the Dark Tower saga: The Wind Through the Keyhole. His acclaimed nonfiction book, On Writing, is also a was the recipient of the National Book › Crime, Thrillers & Mystery › Thrillers.
Stephen King is the undisputed "king" of modern horror literature, but when it comes to movies based on his writings, the level of success — both commercially and artistically — becomes more erratic.
Here, however, is a sure-fire list of winners. In fact, these are the 10 best movie and miniseries adaptations of King stories to date (in chronological order). In his non-fiction book Danse Macabre, he recounts a story his mother told him—King has no memory of what happened—when she allowed four-year-old Stephen to go to a friend's house to play, and These days, Stephen King is among the most universally beloved living American writers.
You can find his stories published in The New Yorker and Esquire, his books never fail to make the New York Times’s Best Seller list, and it feels like another film or television adaptation of his work is announced just about every few months.
This wasn’t always the ://Horror master Stephen King looks back on his four-decade career in this very in-depth interview. Switching gears, your new book Revival talks a lot about religion.
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